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An Application of Synchronized Pseudo-Random Noise to Radar Jamming.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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In 1974 Doctor David W. Berrie of Aeronautical Systems Division, proposed a radar jamming waveform derived from filtered pseudo-random binary sequences. The running time of the sequence is synchronized to the pulse repitition rate of the victim radar and defeats the post detection pulse integrator. Berries results were derived from theory and analog computer simulation. This study applies that waveform to a radar receiver model incorporating a DICKE-FIX wideband limiter ECCM device and uses a digital computer simulation RADSIM to determine radar performance. Berries results were essentially confirmed, and the DICKE-FIX device was found to be ineffective against this form of jamming. Author
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